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Wrapper [Republic of Guinea-Bissau, Kelequis; Manjaka peoples] (2009.259) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Wrapper from the Manjaka peoples of Republic of Guinea-Bissau, Kelequis. via Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kuba cloths, late 19th to early 20th century raffia palm plain weave from the Democratic Republic of Congo

From LACMA textile collection, Kuba cloth.

Africa | Kuba Skirt Textiles, DR Congo | Kuba skirts, more generally known as Kuba cloth, are identified as the long raffia textiles embellished with embroidery and appliqué made in the Congo (Democratic Republic) of Central Africa

Kuba Skirt Textiles - more generally known as Kuba cloth, long raffia textiles embellished with embroidery and appliqué made in the Congo (Democratic Republic) of Central Africa

pintura xingu

pintura xingu

Africa | Painted Houses |  Southern Ethiopia | © Hans Silvester

Painted Houses, Southern Ethiopia by Hans Silvester.

Africa | Brocade silk weaving from Tunisia | Early 18th century

Africa | Brocade silk weaving from Tunisia | Early 18th century

Made in Mexico, Coahuila, Saltillo 1865-1875

Antique Textiles- Example: Made in Mexico, Coahuila, Saltillo

"Tribal Perspectives".  Textile, Bryan Reeves Gallery

black and white - "Tribal Perspectives".

'Haori' coat. Edo period, 18th century. Japan. stencil-dyed, deerskin | The Japan Folk Crafts Museum

Collection|The Japan Folk Crafts Museum

Africa | Veil from Morocco | Cotton/wool; woven with stripes and with a fringe at one end, dyed with a claret-red dye on one half

Veil from Morocco. woven with stripes and with a fringe at one end, dyed with a claret-red dye on one half.

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